Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021 to be held today April 7 at 7 pm. Pariksha pe Charcha 2021 to be held with a new format as mentioned in a tweet by Prime Minister Modi, stating “A new format, several interesting questions on a wide range of subjects and a memorable discussion with our brave Exam Warriors, their parents and teachers.

Pariksha Pe Charcha 2021 Date 

Pariksha Pe Charcha will begin today (April 7) at 7 pm. The date and time for the event were announced on PM Modi’s official Twitter handle and also on the website Pariksha Pe Charcha is an event where PM Modi interacts with students giving board exams and gives them meaningful advice and guidance on how to progress through their careers as the students grow up. While the event is being held online this year, people can watch Pariksha Pe Charcha from the comfort of their homes on their TVs. The event can be viewed live on PM Modi’s Twitter channel too. It will also be aired on the Doordarshan channel. If you wish to see PM Modi on Pariksha Pe Charcha Live, don’t forget to tune into either PM Modi’s Twitter or Doordarshan. 

The last date for registration was March 14 and now the registrations are closed. According to official information, over 10.39 lakh students have registered for PPC 2021. Over 2.62 lakh teachers and over 93,000 parents have also registered.

Pariksha Pe Charcha is an event that began in 2018. Over 14 lakh students, parents, and teachers had registered for the event in 2018. Since then, the popularity of the event has only grown. With the coming event, PM Modi also launched an updated version of his book ‘Exam Warriors’ which gives out important suggestions to students and parents to deal with exam stress. He announced the launch of the new version of the book on social media platforms. he said in a post on his official Twitter account while launching the book: “As the exam season begins, I am delighted to share that the updated edition of Exam Warriors is now available. The book has new Mantras and a range of interesting activities. The book reaffirms the need to remain stress-free before an exam”.